What's in a name? Robert Burns Blended Scotch Whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Robert Burns Blended Scotch Whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Fresh, apple peels, some blossom and spice, vanilla cream and juicy pear.
Palate: Fruity, notes of custard and warm pastry, more orchard fruit, some tart citrus.
Finish: Apple peels and vanilla spice.
THIS IS A GREAT SCOTCH. THE LOCAL STORE IN GRAND JUNCTION DOES NOT HAVE IT IN STOC. I OBTAINED IT IN TEXAS
30th January 2011
I got in on sale, very cheap. Damn surprised! This is a really good blended scotch.
8th November 2011
I have been drinking this blend for over five years. It is expellant for sipping without adding anything. As I'm now retired, this year, I gave it as a Christmas Gift to a few of my friends who I usually give a malt to. The response, after a nip was, "Where do I get another bottle of Robert Burns". A great after dinner tipple.
16th January 2012
It's all I buy. Best scotch for your buck.
Some guy in Indiana
17th January 2012
I found it I Depoe Bay, Oregon. can not find it in WA.
Great scotch at a reasonabl price.
Fairly dry and briny, definitely not a sweeter blended scotch. Not too bad for the price.
29th July 2012
got a bottle with a friend when visiting newcastle
this is one of the worst whiskys we both have tasted
14th February 2013
Available at Patricia Wine Shop , Plouguerneau main street .
A superb blend : smoothy , floral , a taste of Scotland .
9th July 2013